Monday 26 July 2010

Crime Stoppers update

In partnership with the Cairns District Crime Prevention office, CairnsBlog brings you Crime Stoppers update.

Anyone with information which could assist police with their investigations should contact Cairns Police on 40307000 or Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or Crime Stoppers 24hrs a day. Crime Stoppers is a charitable community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service.

Robbery in company, Cairns City:
Police are investigating the assault and robbery of a 24-year-old tourist that occurred on Sheridan Street early on Thursday morning. The man had befriended the two offenders after asking directions to an accommodation complex. The two offenders offered their assistance and walked with him before the man was struck from behind and knocked unconscious. His bag and wallet were stolen during the incident. The male offenders are described as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander appearance of unknown age. One was about 150cm tall and the other was about 180cm.

Youth arrested after vehicle thefts:
Detectives from the Cairns Child Protection and Investigation Unit arrested a 15-year-old Mount Sheridan youth on Wednesday following an investigation into thefts of vehicles and property. The boy was charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle, four counts of unlawful entry to vehicles, as well as receiving tainted property. The charges follow a series of thefts from vehicles in the Woree area earlier this month. He is due to appear in the Cairns Children’s Court on July 27.

Youths arrested after burglary, Edmonton:
Detectives from the Edmonton CIB have arrested and charged three male youths aged 13, 15 and 17 following the break and enter of a residence on Senate Street at Bentley Park at just before midnight on Wednesday. The three were charged with burglary, entering a dwelling with intent, stealing, possession of house breaking implements and an animal cruelty offence. The 15 year-old is due to appear in the Cairns Children’s Court on July 27 and the 17 year-old is due to appear in the Cairn Magistrate’s Court on August 6. The 13 year-old has been dealt with under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act.

Traffic offender charged, Cairns:
Smithfield Police charged a 54-year-old Kewarra Beach man on Wednesday afternoon after he was intercepted twice in four minutes on Lake Street. The man was initially intercepted around 2.45pm, he was found driving with a suspended license. The man allegedly claimed he was unaware of the suspension and he was warned not to drive. Officers were amazed to see the man driving along the street four minutes after the initial interception. His Hyundai sedan was seized and the man is due to appear in the Cairns Magistrates Court on August 5 to answer a charge of unlicensed driving.

Assault Police, Port Douglas:
A 33-year-old New South Wales man has been charged after he allegedly kicked a police officer in the face during his arrest at Port Douglas Station around 11.50 Saturday night. The man was charged with committing a public nuisance and two counts of assault police, he is scheduled to appear at the Cairns Magistrates Court today.

Hit and run traffic crash, Earlville:
A man is assisting police with their inquiries following a hit and run traffic crash that occurred in an Earlville car park around 2.00 yesterday afternoon. A 36-year-old Westcourt woman was struck by a vehicle as she walked though the car park. The driver of vehicle fled the scene. The woman was taken to hospital but was later released suffering only minor injuries.

Single vehicle rollover, Rocky Point:
Two people were injured in single vehicle rollover that occurred around 7.30 last night on the Captain Cook Highway near Wonga Beach. Four people were in the vehicle, including a pregnant woman and two children when it lost control and rolled. The driver and a child suffered minor abrasions, the other passengers escaped without injury. Police investigations are continuing.

Witnesses sought, traffic crash, Cairns North:
Police are seeking witnesses to a two vehicle traffic crash that occurred at the intersection of Sheridan Street and Airport Avenue around 5.00 this morning. The incident involved a white Ford taxi sedan and a dark blue Mitsubishi Nimbus station wagon, the crash occurred in the inbound lane. Police believe that there was a significant amount of traffic at the time of the incident.


bruce said...

Hi everyone its bruce again .
I still am waiting for yodie bazzke to tell me her own views on homosexuals .
As the party she just dumped have very firm/ twisted views on it and she was one of them , does a leopard change its spots.

Paul said...

I'm not really interested on hearing her views on anything Bruce. Stop encouraging her to open her yap.

Danielle Gaymans said...

Hit and Run, Dan Murphy's Car Park..